The Night Circus: Review

What wonderful world building! The writing kinda fell short (Don’t get me wrong, the writing was great) but it wasn’t able to draw out the full potential of the world created. To start with the setting and world building, (it’s been a week since I finished the book, and still haven’t been able to forget […]

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Reflections on Cross-Cultural Living

Where’s Home? Residing elsewhere away from your ‘home-country’ has its challenges, but when you are second-or-third-generation to be born-and-raised there, that ‘new’ place soon becomes the only home you truly know and love. You are your own kind of person – a hybrid. You carry traditions and beliefs of both places. But now you are […]

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Six of Crows: Review

Outcasts? An impossible heist? …Say no more! This book was pretty much an auto-buy for me. I’ve read the Grisha Trilogy, and having another book set in the same world was a delight. [To answer a common question, No – you needn’t read the Grisha Trilogy first in order to read this, but some of […]

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